Waste not, want not: How industries are finding innovative ways to deal with trash
As a growing population and urbanisation bring more waste, governments and companies hunt for sustainable solutions.
Are high taxes the way ahead to curb consumption of sugary drinks?
Sweetened beverages accounted for one in every 200 deaths caused by cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity in India, according to a 2015 study.
Why America and Pakistan are still cosy after Uri attack
America's strengthened bilateral ties with India have not prompted it to give a strong response to Pakistan.
Watch: Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan warns Pak PM Nawaz Sharif by posting workout video
'Be very afraid Nawaz Sharif'.
By joining the Arunachal Pradesh government, the BJP has taken another big stride in the North East
The cabinet induction of MLA Tamiyo Taga completes the party's journey to power in the third state in the region.
52 years, 5,000 songs: With musician Kersi Lord’s death, we have lost a vital part of film history
The percussionist, accordionist and arranger worked with every composer of note from the 1940s to the ’90s.
A public art festival in Mumbai is open to viewers scorning its exhibits
[en]counters is trying to get the people of the city to engage with art in their everyday lives, even if the dialogue is not always successful.
The day Virat Kohli came of age at the batting crease was the day after his father died
A tale of fortitude, dedication and determination, not of aggressive, dominating strokeplay.
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